Woo~ cool photo. very well. thanks to your sharing.
Beautiful photos! There are frogs about five minutes away from my house, although I have yet to see them...
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Nice Hyla cinerea(green tree frogs).
Oh, and Meaven, you do have tree frogs in Minnesota. Grey tree frogs(Hyla versicolor) can be found there. As a matter of fact, I found one during my only trip there(it was behind a loose piece of bark on a tree-another loose piece of bark had a bat behind it-kind of spooky close up in the day, lol ).
Great pics Scott. It's very interesting that they are able to traverse the inside of the pitchers without difficulty. I would usually find frogs hiding under the pitchers in my own garden. I found one hanging out in a particularly large S. purpurea pitcher once, but assumed it had jumped out when it wasn't there later.
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I got little tiny bug feet / I don't really know what bugs eat /
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